into a world-famous paradise of coral reefs and tropical fish.
Mohammed is Egypt's first marine national park. Established
in 1989 and administered under the Egyptian Environmental
Affairs Agency the marine park is located approximately 25mtr
southwest of Sharm El-Sheikh.
lies in the narrowest strip between the Gulfs of Suez and
Aqaba, and is easily accessible by car or taxi. The park contains
a variety of stunning geological features, such as uplifted
coral reefs, alluvial plains, wadis, granite, sandstone mountains,
and soft dunes.
Mohammed is home to many terrestrial species including foxes,
gazelles, reptiles, ibexes and migratory birds such as the
White Stork. There are also magnificent mangrove trees that
provide a valuable breeding area and habitat for both migrating
and resident birds.